1995 in sports describes the year's events in world sport.
- Super Bowl XXIX – the San Francisco 49ers (NFC) won 49–26 over the San Diego Chargers (AFC)
- The World League of American Football is resumed after 2 years without play. Frankfurt Galaxy win the World Bowl 26–22 over the Amsterdam Admirals.
- Orange Bowl (1994 season):
- FIFA Women's World Cup – Norway won 2–0 over Germany
- World Club Championship – AFC Ajax defeat Grêmio 0-0 (4-3 in penalty shootout)
- Copa América - Uruguay defeats Brazil after a 1–1 draw (5-3 in penalty shoot).
- UEFA Champions League – AFC Ajax defeat A.C. Milan 1-0
- Campeonato Brasileiro Série A – Botafogo FR defeat Santos FC 3-2 (aggregate score)
- Copa Libertadores da América – Grêmio defeat Atlético Nacional 4-2 (aggregate score)
- Blackburn Rovers won the Premier League, denying Manchester United a hat-trick of titles
- December 15 – European football is shaken to its foundations when the European Court of Justice rules that:
- Clubs in the European Union cannot be restricted from signing foreign players who are nationals of EU member states
- Players under contract to clubs in the EU are entitled to a free transfer at the end of their contracts
- Australian Football League
- South Australian National Football League
- World Series – Atlanta Braves won 4 games to 2 over the Cleveland Indians. The Series MVP was Tom Glavine, Atlanta
- September 6 - Cal Ripken Jr. breaks Lou Gehrig's record of playing 2130 consecutive games.
- California Angels lose a 13-game lead over the Seattle Mariners, and lose the division title in a one-game playoff.
- NCAA Men's Basketball Championship –
- NBA Finals
- National Basketball League (Australia) Finals:
- A first season of China Professional Basketball Men's League game held on December 10.[page needed]
- The All England Association Handicap Championship is held, won by international croquet player Ian Lines.
- Gaelic football
- Ladies' Gaelic football
- Masters Tournament - Ben Crenshaw
- U.S. Open - Corey Pavin
- British Open - John Daly
- PGA Championship - Steve Elkington
- PGA Tour money leader - Greg Norman - $1,654,959
- Senior PGA Tour money leader - Jim Colbert - $1,444,386
- Ryder Cup - Europe won 14½ to 13½ over the United States in team golf.
- North America Cup - David's Pass
- United States Pacing Triple Crown races –
- United States Trotting Triple Crown races –
- Australian Inter Dominion Harness Racing Championship –
- Australia – Melbourne Cup won by Doriemus
- Canada – Queen's Plate won by Regal Discovery
- France – Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe won by Lammtarra
- Ireland – Irish Derby Stakes won by Winged Love
- Japan – Japan Cup won by Lando
- English Triple Crown races:
- United States Triple Crown races:
- Breeders' Cup World Thoroughbred Championships:
- Art Ross Trophy as the NHL's leading scorer during the regular season: Jaromir Jagr, Pittsburgh Penguins
- Hart Memorial Trophy – for the NHL's Most Valuable Player: Eric Lindros, Philadelphia Flyers
- Stanley Cup – New Jersey Devils win 4 games to 0 over the Detroit Red Wings
- World Hockey Championship
The following is a list of major noteworthy MMA events during 1995 in chronological order.
Before 1997, the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) was considered the only major MMA organization in the world and featured much fewer rules then are used in modern MMA.
- Australian international representative forward Ian Roberts became the first high-profile Australian sports person and first rugby footballer in the world to come out to the public as gay.
- March 5 – Carcassonne, France: last match of the 1995 European Championship is played with Wales finishing on top of the table.
- March 10 – Auckland, New Zealand: newly formed Auckland Warriors club play their first match: a 25–22 loss to the Brisbane Broncos at Ericsson Stadium before 29,220.
- April 29 – London, England: 1994-95 Challenge Cup tournament culminates in Wigan's 30–10 win over Leeds in the final at Wembley Stadium before 78,550.
- May 31 – Melbourne, Australia: 1995 State of Origin is wrapped up by Queensland in game two of the three-match series against New South Wales at the Melbourne Cricket Ground before 52,994.
- September 24 – Sydney, Australia: 1995 ARL season culminates in the Sydney Bulldogs' 17–4 win over the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles in the grand final at the Sydney Football Stadium before 41,127.
- October 24 – Bury, England: 1995 Emerging Nations Tournament culminates in the Cook Islands' 22–6 win over Ireland in the final at Gigg Lane before 4,147.
- October 28 – London, England: 1995 World Cup culminates in Australia's 16–8 win over England in the final at Wembley Stadium before 66,540.
- 101st Five Nations Championship series is won by England who complete the Grand Slam
- Rugby World Cup is won by hosts South Africa 15–12 over New Zealand in the final with an extra-time drop goal by Joel Stransky
- 26 August – International Rugby Football Board lifts the century-old ban on professionalism
- February 11 – Danyon Loader swims world record in the Men's 400m Freestyle, while Mark Foster betters the world record in the Men's 50m Butterfly and Sandra Völker swims a European record in the Women's 50m Backstroke.
- February 18 – Australia's Angela Kennedy breaks the world record in the Women's 100m Butterfly (short court): 58.77
- February 18 – Germany's Mark Warnecke breaks the world record in the Men's 50m free style at the 2005 World Aquatics Championships
- XII Pan American Games, held in Mar del Plata, Argentina (March 12 – 18)
- 22nd European LC Championships, held in Vienna, Austria (August 22 – 27)
- Germany wins the most medals (28), Russia the most gold medals (14)
- II. World Short Course Championships, held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (November 30 – December 3)
- Grand Slam in tennis men's results:
- Grand Slam in tennis women's results:
- Davis Cup – The USA wins 3–2 over Russia.
- Fed Cup – Spain wins 3–2 over the USA in the first Fed Cup to bear that name, and the first to employ a Davis Cup-style format.
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